The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury
I. Logic. First grounds of philosophy. Proportions of motions and magnitudes. Physics or the phenomena of nature.--II. Liberty. Dominion. Religion.--III. Man. Commonwealth. Christian commonwealth. Kingdom of darkness.--IV. Tripos. Answer to Bishop Bramhall's book, called The Catching of Leviathan. An historical narration concerning heresy and the punishment thereof. Considerations upon the reputation, loyalty, manners and religion of Thomas Hobbes. Answer to Sir William Davenant's preface before "Gondibert". Letter to the Right Honourable Edward Howard.--V. The questions concerning liberty, necessity and chance clearly stated and debated between Dr. Bramhall, Bishop of Derby and Thomas Hobbes.--VI. A dialogue between a philosopher and a student of the common laws of England. Behemoth: the history of the causes of the civil wars of England. The whole art of rhetoric. The art of rhetoric, plainly set forth with pertinent examples for the more easy understanding of the same. The art of sophistry.- - VII. Seven philosophical problems. Decameron physiologicum. Proportion of a straight line to half the arc of a quadrant. Six lessons to the Savilian professors of mathematics. Stigmai, or marks of the absurd geometry, etc., of Dr. Wallis. Extract of a letter from Henry Stubbe. Three papers presented to the Royal Society against Dr. Wallis. Considerations on the answer of Dr. Wallis. Letters and other pieces.--VIII-IX. The history of the Grecian war written by Thucydides; tr. by T. Hobbes.--X. The Illiads, and Odysses of Homer, tr. by T. Hobbes.--XI. Index.